Appointment of the Minister of Immigration Apr 18, 2007 19:52:14 GMT -6
Post by Hooligan on Apr 18, 2007 19:52:14 GMT -6
Before making this next ministerial appointment, I wish to offer the thanks of the nation to the current Immigration Minister, Corrine De Winter, who requested that I relieve her of the duties that she has for so long performed so well. Minister De Winter has nearly singlehandedly presided over a period of great growth of the population of our Kingdom, most expertly and with dedication following the lead of her legendary predecessor in this office, Sir Fritz von Buchholtz. Corrine, we your fellow countrymen stand as one to cheer you for a job well done. As your Prime Minister, I speak with an extra share of gratitude for your willingness to remain as one of the deputies of the incoming Immigration Minister, so that the ministry can hope to continue to perform as well as you have allowed the Kingdom to come to expect. You are a credit to our nation, and your service will be long remembered.My Fellow Talossans --
Plank 9 of the platform on which my party stood reads: "...the Immigration Ministry will be busy. And if it is not, all other ministries are not doing their job, and they'll catch hell. One thing the ministry will be busy doing is keeping prospective citizens active and interested, through daily contact, and by assigning a volunteer Talossan to each prospective. This volunteer will contact the prospective daily and ensure that he or she never has the opportunity to let his or her interest in Talossa diminish until the bite-marks on his or her neck heal and they have become one of us."
With great pleasure, I am proud to announce that I have named (and His Majesty the King has appointed) S:reu Viteu Toctviac'htéir the Minister of Immigration for the Kingdom of Talossa. I look forward to his service, and that of the deputies whom he shall name and who shall labour with him in fulfillment of the pledge that this government has made to its nation.
I now ask that our nation join me in congratulating S:reu Toctviac'htéir and offering him our best wishes and our best efforts in support of the duties he now assumes.
Done under my hand, this day, and other sundry babble,